We probably won’t be updating the world-famous Faith and Fear t-shirt to incorporate “75” into its world-famous design, but as long as we’re throwing the phrase “world-famous” around, we have a couple of relatively recent examples of the shirt out in the world, both from way back when Francisco Rodriguez was still a Met.
Here is our old pal Charlie Hangley from a Hawaiian adventure a few months back. The connotation of disaster that Pearl Harbor evokes…well, this picture was taken before Terry Collins worked his magic on Charlie’s psyche.
And here are two other friends of FAFIF, Kevin and Ross Chapman, following the Mets to Arlington, Tex., last month. They (and photographer Sharon) showed up and the Mets scored a Texas-size mess of runs. So we thank them for that. And the wearing of the shirts.
Really makes you want to get yours, doesn’t it?